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Local Republican is "STUNNED" by Teabagger Rally

Posted by on Sep. 28, 2010 at 5:36 PM
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Local Republican is "STUNNED" by Teabagger Rally in LTTE.......
We had a Teabagger Rally on September 18th in our little city outside of Akron, my wife and I were pretty sure what was going there when we drove by, but didn't have the stomach to witness it ourselves as we have no tolerance for racist a~~holes. The Cuyahoga Falls Mayor, Sixty-Three year old Don Robart (who has been in office since 1984) was the MC of this joyous event attended by about a Thousand of the Teabag Faithful. 

My thinking is he must be trying to tie his OLD Wagon to the Teabag Machine to make sure that crowd "knows" he is "with" them...but I think his plan is going to backfire, as Moderate Republicans, if there are any, will have think twice about his Re-Election now. We opened the local paper to find some very poignant LETTERS TO THE EDITOR on the topic. I thought I would pass this little gem along....I will delete the writers last name but post the link to the paper. 

Gotta Love Scott, the man has a brain and it is working!! 

Enjoy: 

September 26, 2010


As a life-long Republican, I have heard a lot about the Tea Party movement. So, when I saw they were coming to Falls River Square on Sept. 18, I wanted to go check it out. I was stunned by what I found.

I expected a conservative crowd. What I encountered was a group of the most greedy, selfish, spiteful and hate-filled people that I have ever had the misfortune to come across in my life. There was also a disturbing number of people who I believe hated President Obama not because of his policies, but sadly, because of the color of his skin.

These Tea Partiers accepted you if you were white, wealthy and healthy. The vast majority I came across seemed to have no use for the sick, poor, young or minorities.

President Obama is far from perfect, but I think he and our current Congress are at least trying to fight for the common good. The vast majority of the Tea Party seems to only care about what is in it for them.

For the first time in my life, I will be voting a straight Democratic ticket this November to try and fight these people. I invite all other people who care about their fellow humans and have an ounce of compassion left in them to join me.

Scott D
Cuyahoga Falls



link:

http://www.fallsnewspress.com/news/article/4900429
by on Sep. 28, 2010 at 5:36 PM
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Kaelansmom
by on Sep. 28, 2010 at 5:38 PM

 Soo, they are turning off their own? How funny.

JeanEMc
by Member on Sep. 28, 2010 at 5:40 PM

as my cousin posted to FB:

Dear Tea Party, Thank you for doing your best to insure two more years of a democratic majority in Congress.

SxyMartini
by on Sep. 28, 2010 at 5:44 PM

I've personally only heard good things about the rallies. Soooo I don't know...

trippyhippy
by Platinum Member on Sep. 28, 2010 at 5:46 PM

I figured they would have to be.  Glad I was right.

Quoting Kaelansmom:

 Soo, they are turning off their own? How funny.


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